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Re: Save on losing focus in Emacs

From: Sergey Pariev
Subject: Re: Save on losing focus in Emacs
Date: Sun, 01 Jul 2007 17:56:42 -0000
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Thanks for the answer.
Yes, I see, of course, I can type 'C-x s' all the time. But the whole
idea is to have buffers saved automagically every time I leave Emacs
and save myself from typing there keystrokes - it may look like a
small detail, but believe me, it's extremely convinient when doing,
for example, web development, when you frequently switch to browser to
check the results of your changes.

Regards, Sergey Pariev.

Emilio Lopes написав:
> Sergey Pariev writes:
> > I'd like to see in Emacs one feature from IntellijIDEA I really like -
> > when editing files, if you switch to another window - browser of
> > terminal, it automatically saves file being edited - very handy when
> > frequently switching between apps on debugging, for example.
> If you start "make" (or whatever you use to compile your Java source
> files) from within Emacs by using the command `compile', it will
> automatically ask you to save any unsaved buffers.
> Alternatively you can explicitly call `save-some-buffers', usually
> bound to "C-x s", before starting your build.
> --
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